ExerRing: Kickstarter funded ring with personalised coaching, touch functionality

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Another smart ring has just launched on Kickstarter. This one is called ExerRing. The device takes a holistic approach to wellness by offering tailored insights, touch functionality and a budget-friendly price.

To this end, the smart ring is equipped with a bunch of sensors that track a variety of biometric data points. This includes heart rate, blood oxygen levels, skin temperature, heart rate variability, sleep patterns, and activity levels. Looking through the list of tracked metrics – its mostly standard stuff that is tracked by the majority of smart rings these days. So the tech on-board is fairly standard.

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This data is then transmitted to the smartphone app, where it is analyzed by the ExerRing AI. The ExerChain app uses this data to spit out a personalized wellness plan and nutrition device, along with a Recovery Score. The company claims that ExerRing’s heart rate tracking, enhanced by deep learning algorithms, can optimize fat burning. This can potentially lead to increased metabolic rates and improved weight management.


An interesting feature of the ExerRing is its touch control functionality. This is a unique addition not see very often in the smart ring space. This feature allows users to control various functions on their devices. For example managing playlists, switching songs, browsing videos, taking photos remotely, and navigating web pages. You can do all this with simple taps or swipes on the ring itself.

How to pre-order

Currently available for pre-order on Kickstarter, ExerRing is expected to ship in September with an enticing Super Early Bird price of $119. That’s 40% off the recommended retail price.

Crafted from premium materials and designed to be water-resistant, the device boasts a lightweight design at just 4.5 grams and a sleek 2.3mm thickness. It comes in three classic colors – Black, Gold, and Silver – and is available in sizes 6-13 to ensure a comfortable fit for most users. The battery life is estimated to last between 4-6 days, with a zero-to-full charging time of 1.5 hours.

All in all, this sounds like a solid offering. Of course, there is the inherent risk of investing in anything being developed via crowdfunding. There are no guarantees. Having said that, it is good to see this ring attempting to offer some novel features, and not simply offering a clone of existing offerings.

Price: $119 and up

Funds raised: $114,395 out of $10,000 goal.

Estimated delivery: July 2024
37 days to go

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Ivan Jovin

Ivan has been a tech journalist for over 7 years now, covering all kinds of technology issues. He is the guy who gets to dive deep into the latest wearable tech news.

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